17 missionaries are among hundreds more kidnapped so far in 2021

Central America 10/18/21, 15:51

A Haitian criminal gang suspected of kidnapping 16 American missionaries and 1 Canadian allegedly did the same to many more earlier in the year. Authorities confirmed seven women, six men and five children are the latest Mawozo 400 abductees so far in 2021. They were abducted after visiting an orphanage they ...

Accounts of Americans who fled communism were repeatedly hacked says FBI

Tech 09/27/21, 17:18

A federal law enforcement agency said U.S. residents, who escaped genocide in their homeland, are still being targeted in cyberspace. The FBI confirmed the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is "almost certainly" persecuting native Uighur people and other groups through targeted cyber attacks. "Chinese government officials are ... employing transnational repression techniques to ...

35 international experts slam Beijing’s ‘disgraceful’ organ transplant market

D.C. 09/13/21, 03:25

Organ harvesting atrocities in mainland China can impact anyone, international experts have warned. Thirty-five experts, parliamentarians, and witnesses from 19 countries will expose the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP's) industrial-scale butchering to sell human body parts for profit. Billed to be a world-first in medical ethics and human rights in both breadth and ...

Iran holds Christians imprisoned for their faith amid outbreak of the CCP Virus

Middle East 03/27/20, 13:02

Iran's theocratic regime refuses to release several Christians imprisoned for exercising their right to religious freedom, even though it has released 85,000 prisoners, including political prisoners, amid the CCP (Chinese Communist Part) Virus outbreak. "We at Article18 ask for the immediate and unconditional release of all Christians detained on spurious charges ...

US puts Pakistan back on the world’s ‘black list’ for religious freedom

World 12/27/19, 11:36

The United States published a list of countries on Dec. 18 it considers to be tolerating or participating in "systematic violations" of religious freedom, which again includes Pakistan, provoking an angry response from its government. The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), an independent statutory body, had been calling on ...

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